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[texts]Spartan Family - American Type Founders
This is a type specimen booklet describing the American Type Founders' Spartan typeface family. Printing code: 50M1053SP (thus dating it to October 1953). Spartan was the Mergenthaler Linotype and ATF equivalent to Futura. This specimen does not contain Spartan Condensed (1953) or Spartan Bold (1955). This booklet was designed to be collected with others as Section C of a folder (not included here) collectively entitled "Specimen Selections of ATF Leading Type Faces."
Keywords: typefounding; type
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[texts]Principles and practice of show-card writing, prepared in the Extension divison of the University of Wisconsin - Blair, Lawrence E

Keywords: Advertising cards; Lettering
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[texts]1923 American Type Founders Specimen Book & Catalogue - Hi-resolution
A high-quality pdf of the complete 1923 edition of the American Type Founders (ATF) Specimen Book. Considered by many to be the culmination of specimen printing, it is an important, and massive volume, documenting the culture of printing, advertising, and typography in the early 20th century. This issue was scanned at 400 dpi, and is split into three parts for easier downloading. This work is in the public domain...
Keywords: printing; advertising; typography; design; fonts; type; presses; letterpress; foundry; graphic design; American Type Founders; type specimen; specimen book
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[texts]1923 American Type Founders Specimen Book & Catalogue
A high-quality digitization of the complete 1923 edition of the American Type Founders (ATF) Specimen Book. Considered by many to be the culmination of specimen printing, it is an important, and massive volume, documenting the culture of printing, advertising, and typography in the early 20th century. This issue is optimized for mobile devices. This work is in the public domain. Digitized by David Armstrong/Sevanti Letterpress.
Keywords: specimen book; type specimen; American Type Founders; graphic design; foundry; letterpress; presses; type; fonts; design; typography; advertising; printing
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